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Troy Dreier


Troy Dreier is Senior Associate Editor of StreamingMedia.com, and has many years experience covering computer and video technology.

Articles By Troy Dreier

How to Choose a Cloud Encoder

Why encode video in the cloud, and what types of encoding services should companies consider? This presentation has all the answers.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jan 2014

HEVC Innovation Has Been Fast, But Evolution Will Be Slow

Elemental says HEVC gains now approach 50 percent for high-definition content, but the codec's rollout and growth will take a decade.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jan 2014

Netflix Considering New Price Plans for Streaming

The SVOD leader might add plans for SD and HD content, but says current subscribers will be grandfathered to their existing options.
Online Video News, Posted 23 Jan 2014

LiveRail: Super Bowl Driving Huge Demand for Online Video Ads

Sports, entertainment, and music sites are benefiting as brands look to stream their commercials pre- and post-Super Bowl.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Jan 2014

Hulu: All Our Google Chromecast Streaming Uses MPEG-DASH

DASH is in place today, Hulu says; HEVC will need to wait until there's hardware support on mobile devices to prevent battery drain.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Jan 2014

AllDigital CMS Gains Iris.TV Video Recommendations

The combined system is designed to create a TV-like experience, increasing viewing time as well as targeted video ad delivery.
Online Video News, Posted 22 Jan 2014

NYU: Professors Need Guidance Adding Video to Lesson Plans

Colleges and universities have been slow to adopt online video technology, but it's finally here. Now they're figuring out how to use it.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Jan 2014

Verizon Buying OnCue TV Unit from Intel

For a price estimated to be between $300 and $500 million, Verizon will gain intellectual property and 350 workers. But will it have better luck than Intel?
Online Video News, Posted 21 Jan 2014

Evaluation Crowns FFmpeg the King of the H.264 Encoders

FFmpeg might be a free download, but there's still a cost that goes with it. Robert Reinhardt explains why this encoder isn't right for every company.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Jan 2014

Disney: The Television Will Become the Second Screen

TV vendors are quickly trotting out smart TV interfaces, but Disney says they can't compete with rich and easily updated tablet apps.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Jan 2014

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